Stochastic McKendrick-Von Foerster models with applications
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A newly presented McKendrick–Von Foerster model with a stochastically perturbed mortality rate is examined. A transformation method converting the model with nonlocal boundary conditions into a system of stochastic functional differential equations is offered. The method could be viewed as analogous to the one which is widely used for such type of deterministic problems. The derived stochastic functional differential equations yield multiple classic population models with ‘naturally born’ stochasticity, including delayed Nicholson’s blowflies, general recruitment and models with cannibalism, which by itself could be objects of future analysis and applications.
Identifier (Other)DOI: 10.1016/j.physa.2019.122641